Hey, fashionistas! Ready to kick back and enjoy summer? Us, too! And today we’re putting the spotlight on the brand that lets us slide into the season with finesse: Birkenstock. So check out our selection of favorites from the iconic brand and plan your summer looks accordingly!
Featuring the original and well-loved footbed, the Mayari is a fresh way to incorporate Birkenstocks into your summer wardrobe. And with its pronounced arch support, deep heel cup and flexible EVA sole, you’ll be walking on a cloud while you check out the local farmers market!
Birkenstock Arizona EVA
Lightweight and comfy, the Arizona EVA from Birkenstock is perfect for your adventures! Hanging out at the lake or at the beach? Don’t worry about getting it wet—the EVA foam upper and EVA sole make this style waterproof!
If thong sandals are your jam, you’ll love the Gizeh! This foot-forming style will keep you super comfortable with a cork and latex footbed, longitudinal arch, metatarsal support and deep heel cup. So if sightseeing is on your agenda, be sure to pack this sandal!
Birkenstock Granada Soft Footbed
Love Birkenstocks but looking for a fresh look? Then the Granada Soft Footbed is up your alley! Featuring an oiled leather upper, cutout straps and little buckles, this slide provides extra-feminine appeal to your favorite t-shirt dress looks.
Birkenstock Florida Soft Footbed
You know what they say: third time’s the charm. And with three adjustable buckles, the Florida Soft Footbed from Birkenstock offers plenty of casual charm to your relaxed wardrobe while keeping you comfortable.
Birkenstock Arizona Classic
Classic styling? Check. Comfortable footbed? Check. Unique dose of color? Check! If you love to highlight your individuality, the Arizona Classic will refresh your looks with its colorful update on the classic style. We love it coordinated with frayed denim for a splashy summer aesthetic that you’ll want to revisit next year, too!
Do you own any of these styles from Birkenstock? If so, let us know what you think of them in the comments section, and make sure to share this blog on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!